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Do You Need A Detox?

Updated: May 31, 2019

Did you know that probiotic bacteria are capable of helping you detoxify the most noxious chemicals known to humankind? For decades health practitioners have been recommending gut cleanses to enhance their patient's health and well being. Most diseases begin in the gut or as a lack of poor gut health. When done right with the aid of probiotics, a gut detox is an essential step towards optimal health.

"The best detox we have ever come across, Elxr Co is the definition of a true super supplement"- Vogue Australia February 2018

A good detox such as Detox and Nourish by ELXR CO will: ‘heal and seal’ the gastrointestinal tract; provide probiotics for healthy gut bacteria; and provide fibre for bowel health. Think of the gut like a car. A gut cleanse is like a service, and gut-friendly foods and supplements are like premium fuel.

Formulated by a renowned Naturopathic doctors, Elxr Co detox increases the body's fat burning ability drawing upon the very latest research in herbal medicine and are made using Non GMO ingredients and the purest plants, rich in essential vitamins, minerals and trace elements.


Gut cleansing isn’t just for those with tummy issues. If you suffer from the following, it may be time for you to detox.

  1. Bloating

  2. Constipation and diarrhea

  3. Fatigue

  4. Depression

  5. Allergies

  6. Skin issues

  7. Mood swings

  8. Headaches

  9. Joint pain

There are common mechanisms at play with these symptoms - inflammation, poor nutrient absorption and cell dysfunction, all of which are directly influenced by the function and health of your gut.

If you are struggling to lose weight we also recommend a detox. The latest research suggests that an unbalanced and unhealthy gut microbiome, caused by a poor diet and overuse of antibiotics, produces toxins called lipopolysaccharides (LPS), triggering inflammation and insulin resistance, which then promotes weight gain. We often we focus on kilojoules for weight loss, but the truth is, without a healthy gut, weight loss can be a battle.

“I personally think that probiotics may be very helpful in the future as a way of dealing with constipation and other health problems,” - Dr. Allen Walker, Division of Nutrition at Harvard Medical School


  1. Apple cider vinegar (this stimulates digestion)

  2. Fermented foods such as sauerkraut, kefir, coconut kefir yogurt, kombucha, kimchi (these foods promote a healthy balance of good bacteria in the gut)

  3. Turmeric powder (this has great anti-inflammatory properties)Fresh ginger (to aid in digestion and nausea)

  4. Cabbage, kale, broccoli and other brassica vegetables (these enhance detoxification and are a good source of fibre)

- Dr Teresa Boyce

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